Here's a new one for your revising pleasure. The ages of the speakers are in brackets (years, months). The question is the same as last time: comment linguistically on 5 features of child language that you find interesting. Remember that it's not just a question of picking out things that the children say "wrong", but also looking at what they are saying and what they are achieving, and how this might place them at a certain stage of development.
Liam: Did you hid it in my castle?
Stan: Yes, I hid it in the dungeons.
Liam: They shotted their arrows at the baddy
Dad: It’ll be better watching it at the cinema than on DVD
Liam: Yeah, it’s better dan dat
Liam: The goodies are going on their ship cos they’ve caught a baddie
Liam: The cavemans are laughing
Liam: I’m going to build a whole army of goodies//
Stan: // yeah, cos the baddies are coming
Stan: Don’t do that because you’ll hit the men and they’ll fall over.